The lone warrior

A young school girl's love for education enables her to accomplish the unusual

Santa Claus comes to Karachi

This Christmas, Karachi's Christian population wishes for a peaceful and tolerant Pakistan.

Gentrification's Casualties

The rapid gentrification of Brooklyn has led to massive human costs but we hardly hear of them.

Soaked in mirth and color,Hindu community celebrates Holi

Amidst rising insecurity, Pakistan's minority Hindu community celebrates the annual Holi festival.

What Democracy Means To Pakistan

Masses in Pakistan have taken to the streets to ouster the current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Many watching the current political development wonder what democracy means to them.

Words,not weapons in Lyari

Lyari, Karachi may be best known for gang wars and violence but its young residents represent  so much more.

A Sanctuary for the Old

An old age home cares for the elderly Christian population in Karachi, Pakistan

From Garfield to Shrek,movie characters find a new Baloch identity in Lyari

A small community of artists in the violence-ridden area of Lyari, Karachi use an unusual way to keep their language alive. 

Public Opinion:Romney vs. Obama-the better man for Pakistan?

In Pakistan, both Obama and Romney are equally unpopular as presidential candidates.

While Syria bleeds...

 A first-hand account by Syrian refugees of the violence that tears apart their homeland

Defying odds

Meet Hajiano Lanjo, the first female to contest elections from an area where even men are afraid to challenge the status quo.

Weaving yarn instead of dreamers

The child carpet weavers of Tharparkar continue to be exploited by middlemen and are at the risk of several health hazards.

Saving Youth, One Push-Up at a Time

Will Crandall is an ex-convict who runs a fitness program for young men and women in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Through his rigorous training, he hopes to reform teenagers and keep them from making the same mistakes he did.

A year after the Revolution

The Egyptian community in Bay Ridge is concerned about the progress in Egypt,a year after the Arab Spring in Tahrir Square.They voice some of the concerns.

The changing face of education in Harlem

Kidberry, an educational initiative by Mekia Denby and Pamela Morrison in south Harlem, fosters physical, intellectual, emotional and social skills in young children.

Fighting Islamophobia:Tackling stereotypes with a pinch of humor

A Muslim-American of Pakistani descent, Wajahat Ali is well-aware of the burden of his multi-layered identities and and wishes to counter negative stereotypes on both sides through cultural exchange and dialogue. 

The lone warrior
Santa Claus comes to Karachi
Gentrification's Casualties
Soaked in mirth and color,Hindu community celebrates Holi
What Democracy Means To Pakistan
Words,not weapons in Lyari
A Sanctuary for the Old
From Garfield to Shrek,movie characters find a new Baloch identity in Lyari
Public Opinion:Romney vs. Obama-the better man for Pakistan?
While Syria bleeds...
Defying odds
Weaving yarn instead of dreamers
Saving Youth, One Push-Up at a Time
A year after the Revolution
The changing face of education in Harlem
Fighting Islamophobia:Tackling stereotypes with a pinch of humor
The lone warrior

A young school girl's love for education enables her to accomplish the unusual

Santa Claus comes to Karachi

This Christmas, Karachi's Christian population wishes for a peaceful and tolerant Pakistan.

Gentrification's Casualties

The rapid gentrification of Brooklyn has led to massive human costs but we hardly hear of them.

Soaked in mirth and color,Hindu community celebrates Holi

Amidst rising insecurity, Pakistan's minority Hindu community celebrates the annual Holi festival.

What Democracy Means To Pakistan

Masses in Pakistan have taken to the streets to ouster the current Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. Many watching the current political development wonder what democracy means to them.

Words,not weapons in Lyari

Lyari, Karachi may be best known for gang wars and violence but its young residents represent  so much more.

A Sanctuary for the Old

An old age home cares for the elderly Christian population in Karachi, Pakistan

From Garfield to Shrek,movie characters find a new Baloch identity in Lyari

A small community of artists in the violence-ridden area of Lyari, Karachi use an unusual way to keep their language alive. 

Public Opinion:Romney vs. Obama-the better man for Pakistan?

In Pakistan, both Obama and Romney are equally unpopular as presidential candidates.

While Syria bleeds...

 A first-hand account by Syrian refugees of the violence that tears apart their homeland

Defying odds

Meet Hajiano Lanjo, the first female to contest elections from an area where even men are afraid to challenge the status quo.

Weaving yarn instead of dreamers

The child carpet weavers of Tharparkar continue to be exploited by middlemen and are at the risk of several health hazards.

Saving Youth, One Push-Up at a Time

Will Crandall is an ex-convict who runs a fitness program for young men and women in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Through his rigorous training, he hopes to reform teenagers and keep them from making the same mistakes he did.

A year after the Revolution

The Egyptian community in Bay Ridge is concerned about the progress in Egypt,a year after the Arab Spring in Tahrir Square.They voice some of the concerns.

The changing face of education in Harlem

Kidberry, an educational initiative by Mekia Denby and Pamela Morrison in south Harlem, fosters physical, intellectual, emotional and social skills in young children.

Fighting Islamophobia:Tackling stereotypes with a pinch of humor

A Muslim-American of Pakistani descent, Wajahat Ali is well-aware of the burden of his multi-layered identities and and wishes to counter negative stereotypes on both sides through cultural exchange and dialogue. 

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